Following this weeks matches in the Eastern Valley Table Tennis League, Cwmbran Blues remain top of Division One. In their latest match the Blues beat Cardiff Nomads 26-10 with Mark Farrow picking up the player of the match award with his 3 wins. Farrow was well supported by guest player Michael Luckanic, also with 3 wins, and Colin Price with 2 wins. For the Nomads Peter Gordon picked up his teams solitary win.
Second place in the division has been taken over by Blaenavon Aces following their 24-8 win over Cwmbran Preachers. Player of the match was the Blues' Jon Allen with 3 wins and he was well backed up by guest player Mark Edmunds, also with 3 wins, and Ben Allen with 2 wins. For the Preachers Dave Lloyd picked up his teams' only win.
Having their first match of the season were last years champions, Cwmbran Aztecs, and they had a successful start with a 24-5 win over North Gwent Nomads. Player of the match was the Aztecs Tony Collins with 3 wins and he was well supported by Mark Edmunds, also with 3 wins, and Andrew Ryder with 2 wins. For the Cougars Sam Slatter registered his teams' only win.
The new leaders of Division Twoare Cwmbran Dynamos, following their 27-3 win over Cwmbran Devils. Player of the match with 3 wins was Will Smith-Haddon, who moves to the top of the individual averages. He was well supported by Alex Jones and guest player Howard Gaut, also with 3 wins each. For the Devils Stan Williams fought hard for his 2 team points.
Occupying second place in the division are Cwmbran Lions who beat Cwmbran Fellows 22-9. Player of the match was the Lions' Nigel Gore with 3 wins including a success against Wayne Ford which went to a deciding set. Gore was well supported by John Williams and Haydn Skinner with 2 wins each. For the Fellows Wayne Ford picked up 2 wins.
The final match in the division saw last years' champions, Cwmbran Eccentrics, defeat North Gwent Terriers 24-9 in their first match of the season. Player of the match was the Eccentrics' Lincoln Alford with 3 wins, including a notable success over Michal Policht in 5 sets. Alford was well supported by John Thomas and Ian Shipley with 2 wins each. For the Terriers Policht picked up 2 wins.